CASE COMMENTS : RESTRICTIVE PRACTICES – SUDDEN TERMINATION OF COMMERCIAL RELATIONSHIPS - INFLUENCE OF CONTRACTUAL INFRINGEMENTS ON THE NOTICE PERIOD

Sudden termination of commercial relationships: The Court of Cassation rules that either the termination of a commercial relationship is based on a serious breach, and no notice period must be granted, or the breach is not serious and the notice period must be adequate (Startex/Finot et Compagnie)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Cass. com, January 18, 2011, Startex v. Finot and Company, No. 10-11611 Breaking up for fault without notice or breaking up without fault with sufficient notice: you have to choose. This is, in a way, the lesson that can be drawn from the ruling of the Court of Cassation of 18 January 2011, censoring that of

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Mary-Claude Mitchell, Sudden termination of commercial relationships: The Court of Cassation rules that either the termination of a commercial relationship is based on a serious breach, and no notice period must be granted, or the breach is not serious and the notice period must be adequate (Startex/Finot et Compagnie), 18 January 2011, Concurrences N° 2-2011, Art. N° 35927, pp. 130-131

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